Charges are in maryland, i missed the court date because i was in rehab so i was picked up by pa and shipped to baltimore.
My charges on 7/9/18 in maryland
DISPLAYING EXPIRED REGISTRATION PLATE(S) ISSUED BY ANY STATE. The person who was with me told me everythin was legal. It was his car
DRIVING W/O CURRENT TAGS.
FAIL TO DISPLAY LICENSE ON DEMAND. I do not have one never have
DRIVING/ATTEMPTING DRIVE MOTOR VEH. ON HWY W/O REQ. LICENSE AND AUTHORIZATION
CDS: POSSESS-NOT MARIJUANA
My charges on 8/15/18 in maryland
DRIVING TO DRIVE MOTOR VEHICLE ON HIGHWAY WITHOUT REQUIRED LICENSE AND AUTHORIZATION
DRIVING VEHICLE IN VIOLATION OF RESTRICTED LICENSE REQUIREMENT
FAILURE OF INDIVIDUAL DRIVING ON HIGHWAY TO DISPLAY LICENSE TO UNIFORMED POLICE ON DEMAND
FAILURE TO PROPERLY EQUIP & LOCATE HEADLAMPS ON MOTOR VEH. The headlight wss not out. Told officer to show me it was out after and he never did.
You need a lawyer, and you may be better off if you consolidate the traffic charges with the criminal charges in order to resolve them together. Possession of CDS and driving without a license both carry jail, but for first offenders you typically can avoid jail as well as convictions— but there is insufficient information to make predictions. Have a private consultation with a lawyer and prepare your case accordingly.
There are too many factors to tell you what will happen. The drug charges appear to be the most serious. Contact an attorney to represent you. The fact that you went to rehab will help you in terms of mitigation.
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